Treat Headaches with Exercise – Part 1

Treat Headaches with Exercise – Part I

Cervicogenic Headache Exercises – Treat That Killer Headache With These Exercises Do you see patients with headaches after a whiplash injury? Do they experience pain that seems to start in the neck and then spread to one side of their head or arm? Does moving their head seem to start their headache or exacerbate their pain? If you answered yes …

Michael Lau

Michael Lau

Doctor of Physical Therapy Candidate at the University of Southern California, NSCA Strength and Conditioning Specialist

Shot of a group of people doing squats in a fitness workout with bars

Breaking down the research behind Cluster Training

Cluster training involves performing each set of an exercise in several clusters, with short intra-set rest periods in between clusters, as well as longer rest periods between sets. Intra-set rest periods reduce the impact of fatigue, and this increases average bar speed over a set, just like velocity-based training. But although cluster sets display higher mean velocity (as well as …

Chris Beardsley

Christopher Beardsley

Director of Strength and Conditioning Research